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New resource: Evaluation of Humanitarian Action Guide

ALNAP has recently released their Evaluation of Humanitarian Action Guide.

The guide was six years in the making and contains detailed advice and tips on evaluating humanitarian action. Even if your focus is not on evaluating humanitarian activities, Chapter 17 on Communicating and Reporting Findings and Results is well worth a read.

View the guide here>>




December 7, 2016 at 7:16 am Leave a comment

Addressing causation in humanitarian evaluation

A new discussion paper has been released by ALNAP entitled “Addressing causation in humanitarian evaluation: A discussion on designs, approaches and examples”.

The paper discusses possible evaluation designs and approaches that can help provide credible answers to these types of questions, using examples from Oxfam, WFP, UNHCR and NRC.

The paper cites an evaluation I worked on with NRC in the realm of advocacy evaluation.

View the paper here>> 

February 10, 2015 at 3:00 pm 1 comment

ALNAP’s first webinar on humanitarian evaluation – 26 June 2014

For those interested in humanitarian evaluation, ALNAP’s Humanitarian Evaluation Community of Practice, is organising its first webinar:

The webinar will feature a presentation of the evaluation capacities framework from the popular ALNAP Study Using evaluation for a change and will include a discussion with two members of the Community of Practice – Wartini Pramana (Canadian Red Cross) and Mikkel Nedergaard (Danish Refugee Council) – who have been exploring and working on these issues in their respective organisations and will share their experience and learning on this topic.
· Francesca Bonino, Research Fellow – Evaluation (ALNAP)
· Alistair Hallam, Director (Valid International)

· Wartini Pramana, Manager, Planning, Evaluation and Knowledge Management (Canadian Red Cross)
· Mikkel Nedergaard, Adviser, Monitoring and Evaluation (Danish Refugee Council)

Register here>>

June 21, 2014 at 7:05 am Leave a comment

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